Conference Downloadable Materials


Teaching and Learning in the Animal Sciences
Challenging Old Assumptions and Break New Ground for the 21st Century
June 19-22, 2012 The Lowell Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Note: (08/03/2012): Below are the postings of conference proceedings, the introductory remarks (videorecording), the pdfs from the invited speaker presentations, Macromedia flash presentations, and reports of break out sessions. On this page you can also find a link to a 79-picture photo gallery that Hasan Khatib took during the conference.

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CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS: View or download the Teaching and Learning in the Animal Sciences Conference Proceedings: an 82-page (3.6 MB pdf) document including manuscripts of invited presentations and short communications.

ADDITIONAL MATERIALS: See below for links to video-recordings and powerpoint presentations.

Wednesday June 20 Morning

View video-recording of Introductory Remarks (176 MB mov): Jean Bertrand, Dean Kathryn Vanden Bosch, John Campbell

Session I: The changing landscape of undergraduate education — The curricula and the instructors.
Invited presentation - Dr. Ronnie Green (University of Nebraska)
         Video-recording: 2050's Challenges: Food Animal "Scientist-Citizens" Required (flash video, 48 mb)
         Powerpoint: Pdf of slides (18 mb)
         Video-recording: Reports of Breakouts on Curricula and instructor-related challenges and opportunities (flash video, 22 mb)


Wednesday June 20th Afternoon

Session II: The changing landscape of undergraduate education — The Students.
Invited presentation - Dr. Ken Esbenshade (North Carolina State University)
         Video-recording: Animal Science Students: Who They Are, How They Learn, and Their Learning Environment (flash video, 386 mb)
         Powerpoint: Pdf of slides (9 mb)
         Video-recording: Breakouts on student-related challenges and opportunities (flash video, 42 mb)



Thursday June 21 Morning

Session III: Creating an Effective Teaching and Learning Environment.
Invited Presentation - Dr. Frank Robinson (University of Alberta)
         Video-recording: Beyond Conventional Teaching in Animal Science: Experiences in Free Range Learning (flash video, 481 mb)
         Powerpoint: Pdf of slides (12 mb)
         Video-recording: Breakouts on improving the student's learning experience (flash video, 35 mb)



Thursday June 21 Afternoon

Session IV: Fostering Scholarship and a New Teaching and Learning "Culture."
Invited Presentation - Dr. Nancy Irlbeck (Colorado State University)
         Video-recording: Creating a Culture of SoTL in Animal Sciences! Can We Go Where No One Has Gone Before (flash video, 489 mb)
         Powerpoint: Pdf of slides (14 mb)
         Video-recording: Breakouts on Improving the instructor's effectiveness (flash video, 28 mb)


Friday June 22 Morning

Session V: Providing Incentives, Recognizing and Promoting Effective Teaching Among Current and Future Instructors.
Invited presentation - Dr. Michel Wattiaux (University of Wisconsin)
         Video-recording: Recognizing and Promoting Effective Teaching and Learning Practices Among Future and Current Instructors:
                                 Laying New Ground for the 21st Century (flash video, 465 mb)
         Powerpoint: MichelWattiaux-BW.pdf(grayscale Pdf 3.5 mb)
         Video-recording: Breakouts on effecting changes (motivation and reward system) (flash video w/o audio, 1 mb)





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